• Student Opportunities and Events


    Summer learning  

     

    Summer Fun Enrichment Activities

    Find all your summer-time fun activities on our Learning Opportunities webpage.

     

     

    Rising Senior

    College Prep Workshop

    July 28, 2020 noo to 1:00PM

    Free Zoom session covering:

    • Scholarships
    • Clooge Choice
    • Life after Covid-19
    • Passion=Career Choice
    • Academics
    • Study Skills

    Participants must register online at www.gobtc101.com

     


    Beat the Streets Cleveland

    Beat the Streets Cleveland is currently running a Free Virtual Summer Camp in conjunction with the City of Cleveland Recreation Department.  

    The virtual program is for children in grades K – 8.  They will participate in grade level groups to learn what it means to be healthy and a leader of tomorrow.  The children will discuss high interest topics, participate in workouts specific to the sport of wrestling and compete in virtual contests.  This program is focused on building confidence, discipline, goal-setting and living a healthy lifestyle.

    Individuals that register and participate in our summer program will receive:

    • Beat the Streets Cleveland T-Shirt
    • Beat the Streets Cleveland Shorts
    • Beat the Streets Cleveland Bag
    • Customized Jump Rope
    • Healthy Snacks
    Registration Form: (Select Beat the Streets in the drop down box at the top of the form)
     

    Are you a 2020 high school graduate interested in a career in pharmacy technology?

    The Cleveland Clinic School of Pharmacy Technology is now accepting applications for Pharmacy Technician Associates. Applications are due June 1st. Learn more and apply at https://bit.ly/2X866Do

     

    Get Kindergarten Ready with the Cleveland Public Library

    The Library offers programs and resources to help parents and guardians prepare their youngest learners for school.

     


    Virtual Computer Summer Camps

    Check out the summer virtual computer science camps offered by Microsoft. 

     


     

    Khan Academy's summer schedule for students

    Goal: 3 to 4 hours per week Reading time Get comfy with a good book for 30 minutes each day. Here is Khan Academy’s recommended reading list.We also recommend these lists from the ALA and WeAreTeachers. Vocabulary and literacy Once per week, practice your vocabulary and literacy skills with our English Language Arts courses. Journaling and writing Use our fun writing prompts to help learners ...

    Family resources - Springboard Collaborative

    Today when you take a book walk, pretend to be the characters you see in each picture. Practice talking in silly character voices. See who can come up with the most interesting idea of what the characters are thinking.

    Resources for Families and Programs During School Closures - Summer Learning

    As we continue to weather the COVID-19 health crisis, NSLA has gathered resources and guidance from the field on remote learning and news regarding food access. Programs and families are encouraged to visit the following organization’s pages for information to keep kids learning, safe, and healthy: For Families Academics and Literacy Khan Academy: Daily schedule […]

     


    Advantage Cleveland Tennis and Education

    AdvantageCLE offers a free eight-week camp each summer. This year's virtual camp will focuse on tennis, fitness, and wellness, as well as literacy, STEM, and creative expression. 

    https://www.advantagecle.org

     

    Boonshoft Museum Virtual Camp

    Want the experience of camp this summer, but from the comfort of your own home? We are excited to introduce Camp in a Box! This all new camp includes a daily challenge, experiment, or an item to make, and the option of live instruction with the opportunity to explore and learn with your fellow campers in our virtual classrooms. Participate in field trips, behind the scenes experiences, and so much more! Most importantly, your box is mindfully put together by our education team, filled with all the things you need for camp, and delivered right to your doorstep or available for pick-up at the Museum!
     
    Click Here for details.
     

    Great Lakes Theater
     
     
     

    Student Theatre Enrichment Program (STEP)

    CPT’s STEP is an arts-based job training program that engages Cleveland teens from low-income families in a powerful 8-week intensive that focuses on excellence in performance, play creation, physical theatre, writing, production and set design/construction. Performance Ensemble focuses on play creation and performance, Technical Team focuses on production and set design/production, and both groups work collaboratively to successfully tour an original play to public parks throughout the city of Cleveland. These are paid positions, and bus tickets are provided for youth who get accepted into program. YOUTH MUST AUDITION TO BE CONSIDERED, and auditions are for Performance Ensemble and Technical Team. Please direct questions and referrals to Molly Andrews-Hinders, STEP Program Director, phone: 216-631-2727 ext. 236.  
     
    Click Here for program details.
    Click Here for the audition schedule.
     

     

     

    Summer Jobs at Cleveland Metroparks

    Cleveland Metroparks has posted an advertisement for summer Natural Resources Aides which may be a wonderful opportunity for your 16+ year old students. These field positions are designed for high school and college freshmen/sophomores to work closely with professionals who will provide hands-on job training and career exploration opportunities.
     
    These positions will pay $9 for new hires and will work 2-3 days a week over the summer (specific days of the week to be worked out with each individual hire). Also, they will report to the West Creek Management Center in Parma which is within 1/4 miles of an RTA bus stop.
     
    Click Here for details. 
     

    MEDCAMP

     

    When: July 9-11, 2020

    MEDCAMP is designed to provide "hands-on" experiences in bio-medial science workshops involving research, clinical problem-solving and an introduction to the fields of clinical medicine.

    Applicants must be 18 years old by the day of MEDCAMP, graduated high school, must be enrolled at a college or university entering their 1st, 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate education and have a GPA of 3.0 or greater. 

    Click Here for the informational flyer

     


    Silver and Gold Scholarship

    Deadline: June 15, 2020
    The 2020 Silver & Gold scholarships are awarded to students of safety force personnel who are entering college this fall. The total awarded this year will exceed $7,000.00 (but not to exceed $8,500.00) divided among the winning applicants.
     
    Click Here for details and application.
     

     

    1000 Ties

    Mentorship program